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'''Glenn''' (Japanese: '''グレン''' ''Glenn'') is one of the [[Character of the day|characters of the day]] in ''[[BW065|Battling the Bully!]]''. He is a friend toof both {{OBP|Mick|BW065}} and [[Sean]]. Glenn loves to have Pokémon battles despite not owning any Pokémon of his own and having little knowledge about them. He could be described as both bossy and intimidating. When Sean brought over his father's Pokémon to show off, Glenn immediately would snatch them from him. He believed that the most important thing about battling was winning and sometimes forced Sean to purposely lose battles with him.
Once Mick had shown Glenn the {{AP|Pikachu}} he claimed he got from his father, he really wanted to have a battle with it. So heand told Sean to get stronger Pokémon from his father, while he searched for Mick and Pikachu, who had run off. Once he found them, he brought them back to the yard, where they played and Sean gave him his father's {{p|Scolipede}} and {{p|Seismitoad}}. He planned on using both of them against Pikachu, but Sean stated that it would not be fair soand he saidtold Mick shouldto use two as well. So [[Sunglasses {{AP|Krokorok|the sunglassesA Krokorok]] wearing sunglasses}} volunteered to be Pikachu's partner, and the battle went underwaycommenced. During the entire battle, Sean would try to give Glenn adviseadvice, which annoyed him and he did not follow itout of annoyance. Because of that, he lost the battle to Mick. HeAngered wasby not at all happy thatthis, he lost and accused Mick of purposely trying to humiliate him. He was about to throw aand punchnearly atpunched him when {{Ash}} stopped himintervened. Sean then said that he did not want to be Glenn's friend anymore, which helped him realize that his behavior was less than favorable.
Feeling bad that Scolipede and Seismitoad got hurt, he fed them some of {{an|Cilan}}'s special food to help them heal. He later apologized to Mick and Sean and realized that having a fun battle was more important than winning.